Covid-19: a 37-year-old woman released from an artificial coma regrets not having had the vaccine

Covid-19: a 37-year-old woman released from an artificial coma regrets not having had the vaccine

In Strasbourg, in the Bas-Rhin, the teams of France Télévisions met Chadia Hammami, Saturday August 14. The patient, still out of breath, will be able to go home and find her children after five days of artificial coma and intubation due to pulmonary superinfection due to Covid-19. “The first thing I thought when I woke up was ‘why didn’t I get the vaccine?‘, explains thea 37-year-old mother. “Jwas stupid, my husband did it and pushed me to do it, but I didn’t“.

The patient thought she was not at risk, given her age. “I thought to myself, given that I’m still young, even if I contract it, I’m not going to get a big Covid. But for my parents, I told them to do it“, she continues. Not hostile to the vaccine at first, she let doubt settle in her mind because of social networks. “Today, I tell myself that I should have done it, quite simply“, she concludes.

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